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Bee gees rare interview 1993 part 2

Bee Gees rare interview 1993 part 1

Intimate with Robin Gibb

Bee Gees coverband Night Fever comes to Holland

De oplettende fan heeft het al opgemerkt: NIGHT FEVER KOMT WEER NAAR NEDERLAND!! De Vereeniging slaan we dit theaterseizoen even over en we trekken naar 8 prachtige podia door het land. Op veel locaties is de ticketverkoop al begonnen, dus breng je vrienden en familie in oa Leeuwarden, Eindhoven of Hoorn alvast op de hoogte.
We gaan er weer een feestje van maken zoals jullie van ons gewend zijn: de allerbeste live muziek, dance classics dj erbij en dansen maar!
za ...12/11 - Music Club Kampen - Kampen
do 12/01 - Schouwburg het Park - Hoorn
vr 13/01 - De Effenaar - Eindhoven tickets are on sale now!
za 14/01 - Maaspoort Venlo - Venlo
vr 20/01 - ChasséTheater - Breda
vr 10/03 - Stadsschouwburg De Harmonie - Leeuwarden
vr 24/03 - Markant Uden - Podium voor theater & evenementen - Uden
za 25/03 - Flint Amersfoort - Amersfoort
Meer info & tickets:

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Bee Gees Barry Gibb Interview Silver Clef Awards 2016

Barry Gibb at Wimbledon july 7th 2016

Barry Gibb sang to his late brother whilst he was in a coma.

Barry Gibb sang to his late brother whilst he was in a coma. Barry Gibb sang to his late brother whilst he was in a coma.

  The 69-year-old singer - who formed one third of the iconic band Bee Gee's - has revealed he dedicated the song 'End of the Rainbow' from his new solo album 'In The Now' to his younger brother Robin Gibb, and sang a verse from the track to his sibling two weeks before he died from cancer in 2012.

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz at the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards in London on Friday (07.01.16), the 'Staying Alive' hitmaker said: "There's a song called 'End of the Rainbow' that I dedicate to Robin, but for all my brothers. "It was very difficult, it was very emotional. It's very difficult to sing without filling up, it's one of those, I'm not sure I could sing it live without becoming very emotional. "I sang a verse of the song to Robin when he was in a coma, about two w…

Barry Gibb I Interview I

Lionel Richie star-struck over Barry Gibb at Silver Clef Awards


Lionel Richie collected the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Award in London on Friday (07.01.16) and admitted he felt like a "fan" when his musical hero Barry Gibb presented him with his prize.
The 'Stuck On You' singer received the prestigious accolade in recognition for his five-decade spanning career, which has seen him sell over 100 million albums globally both as a member of The Commodores and as a solo star. Despite being one of the most successful singers in history, Lionel still considers himself to be very lucky to be able to make a living from his "hobby" and still gets star-struck when he sees people like former Bee Gees singer Barry, even though the pair are friends. Speaking to BANG Showbiz on the special blue carpet at the ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Lionel said: "I'm still a kid at heart, I get given awa…

Barry Gibb at the O2 Silver Clef Awards 2016

Barry Gibb : presents award to Lionel Richie at Silver Clef Awards july 1 2016

Today Barry Gibb is on hand to present an award to Lionel Richie at
Nordoff Robbins 02 Awards at Grosvenor House,
London, UK

Lionel was presented with the award by Barry Gibb, fresh from joining Coldplay on stage at Glastonbury on Sunday.
The Bee Gees star told us why he thinks Lionel is such a deserving winner:
" Well there’s a lifetime of great songs, especially where I’m concerned the love songs. I’m a love song freak you know. That’s my taste, so I feel close to that, I feel close to Lionel.
We met at the Madison Square Garden show many years ago and basically we’re airport friends. You pass people in airports and you always say hello and it’s sort of a friendship, but you don’t really know each other, so it’s like that for Lionel and I. So tonight I get to be a little bit closer. "

Bee Gees Guitarist Alan Kendall Recalls His Audition

I got the gig with the Bee Gee’s around 1972. I’d just finished a U.S. tour with Toe Fat, who had been opening up for Eric Clapton’s band “Derek and the Dominos”. Toe Fat had a couple of albums out but hadn’t achieved much commercial success, so the management company let us go.

 At that time the Bee Gee’s were getting back together after a pretty contentious break up, and were planning a 10 day U.S. tour in support of a single they had out called Lonely Days. Robin Turner of R.S.O. Records called me and said the B G’s were looking for a guitar player who could also play bass to which I replied “I would love to try out for the gig, but unfortunately I can’t play bass”. He then said “Just say you can play bass and come down for the audition” As you can imagine I was pretty nervous about this , but desperately needed a gig and went along with it. Fortunately I had a few days before the audition to do some woodshedding.

The drummer (who was also auditioning that day) and myself went into t…